Unihan variants information

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Mon Jan 28 13:56:04 CST 2019

>> I've developped an open-source, multi-platform desktop application
>> called Unicode Plus
> Before you get too heavily invested in this product name, you may want
> to:
> 1. check out the page "Unicode® Copyright and Terms of Use" located at
> http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html, and
> 2. send a quick note to the Consortium officers asking whether they are
> OK with this use of the Unicode name.

Thanks for your wise words.
I just sent the following message using the contact form available at <https://www.unicode.org/reporting.html <https://www.unicode.org/reporting.html>>:

> Greetings,
> I recently subscribed to the Unicode mailing list and asked for technical advice about Unihan features I would like to implement in an open-source application I've been developing since a while ago, and available on GitHub: <https://github.com/tonton-pixel/unicode-plus>
> I just got a message from one of the contributors informing me of a potential problem over the use of the word "Unicode" in my program name: "Unicode Plus", and advised me to contact you in order to check whether it is OK or not.
> I must say that I indeed read the two documents <http://www.unicode.org/copyright.html> and <https://www.unicode.org/policies/logo_policy.html> and didn't think naming my app "Unicode Plus" would be a problem. For me, it was just a way to provide some reference to the U+ notation used throughout the app, and indicate that the program was not only dealing with Unicode characters but also with Unihan and emoji as well.
> Best regards.

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